Dwayne Haskins still sick, sent home from practice

Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins is still sick and was not at practice Wednesday, three days after missing Sunday’s game due to a stomach virus.

On Sunday morning, Haskins — who lost his starting job and was demoted to third string last week — was sent home by team officials, before the team traveled from the hotel to the stadium for their game against the Rams, after coming down with a stomach virus. It was not COVID-19 related.

A few people are asking for clarification because there are conflicting reports:

Haskins was sent home sick from the team hotel. He didn’t show up at the stadium this morning. The club made the decision before they bussed to the stadium. #WashingtonFootball

— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) October 11, 2020

Now it appears Haskins is still suffering from the same illness, which is still not related to COVID-19.

Dwayne Haskins is not at practice Wednesday. He’s still sick, but it’s not believed to be COVID-19 related.

— Matthew Paras (@Matthew_Paras) October 14, 2020

What the hell is going on? https://t.co/wtajpbg37m

— danny rouhier (@funnydanny) October 14, 2020

Haskins did report to team facilities on Wednesday, where he underwent typical COVID-19 testing before being sent home by team officials.

Haskins underwent the usual COVID-19 testing at the team’s facility this morning and was sent home by team doctors.

His illness is not believed to be COVID-related. https://t.co/XrAgNoMwvz

— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) October 14, 2020


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